French director Coline Serreau's (pictured) melodrama Chaos starring Vincent Lindon and Catherine Frot received both the main award and the audience award the 30th edition of the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund which closed on Sunday.
Sigve Endresen's personal documentary Weightless about folk singer Kari Iveland's struggle with anorexia received the ecumenical Andreas award. Gurinder Chadha's Bend It Like Beckham received the theatre exhibitors' award Gledessprederen.
The annual Amanda prizes, Norway's local Oscars, were awarded at the beginning of the festival. Local director Even Benestad's hard-hitting documentary All About My Father about his own transvestite father took home the Amanda Award for best Norwegian film.
Actress Maria Bonnevie was awarded the Best Actress prize for her performance in Ole Bornedal's I Am Dina, while the Best Actor award went to Robert Stoltenberg for his performance in The Apartment Block - a TV series produced by the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK.
Margerth Olin's autobiographical documentary My Body received the Best Documentary, while Pjotr Sapegin's Aria was voted Best Short.